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  • Business Parks and Developable County Properties

    From downtown headquarters to major manufacturing facilities, Pima County has the real estate you need to expand and grow your company.
    Download the quick overview brochure.

    Sunset Road and Interstate 10

    sunset roadThis site is intended for Class A and Class B office and is adjacent to Interstate 10. Travel time to Downtown Tucson from the site is 10 minutes and travel time to Tucson International Airport is 20 minutes. Expansion of Sunset Road with a bridge over the Santa Cruz River will provide direct access to the property from a major north/south arterial road and to adjacent premium housing sites in the Tucson Mountain foothills. The site also has direct connection to The Loop, Pima County’s 130-mile multi-use trail that encircles the metropolitan area.
    Download the Sunset Road Brochure.







    Aerospace Research Campus

    ARCThe Pima County Aerospace Research Campus is being developed to address the increasing need for supply chain locations for the aerospace industry and other key sector industries as well as imports/exports with Mexico. The property is mostly flat, virgin desert located immediately south of the Tucson International Airport complex and Raytheon Missile Systems. With more than 500 total acres available in planned lots ranging from 6 to 220 acres, users have the opportunity to consolidate and customize properties as needed to meet their specific needs. This park is the initial portion of a larger planned industrial park that will encompass as much as 2,400 additional acres over time.
    Download the ARC Brochure.
    More information about ARC.




    75 East Broadway

    75 East In the center of Downtown Tucson, this half-block site is suitable for a high-rise building between 150,000 and 345,000 square feet. Truck access and loading dock capability on the west side of the property are possible. The property fronts the city’s SunLink Streetcar route to the University of Arizona. The site is 25 minutes from the Tucson International Airport and six blocks from Interstate 10.
    Download the 75 E. Broadway Brochure.








    332 South Freeway

    south freewayThis property has Interstate 10 frontage at Cushing Street and immediate access to Downtown Tucson via the SunLink Streetcar that runs past the site. Neighboring development include two hotels, Mercado-style retail center and modern urban residential. A mixed-use residential and commercial development is planned for adjacent parcels including the Caterpillar Mining Division headquarters. The Loop, Pima County’s 130- mile multi-use trail that encircles the metropolitan area, is adjacent.
    Download the 332 S. Freeway Brochure.







    Kino Sports and Entertainment Complex

    sports complexPima County purchased this property in 2014 for its proximity to Kino Sports Complex, which serves as the region’s youth and amateur sports tournament venue. The venue also hosts professional soccer and baseball along with numerous concerts and community events. Pima County’s master plan for this property includes 19 multipurpose fields with a 2,000-seat championship stadium, amphitheater, waterpark, support facilities, and hotel and restaurant spaces. Pima County is preparing an RFP to explore public/private partnerships to develop the site.
    Download the Brochure.






    Southeast Employment and Logistics Center

    fairgroundsThis property borders the Pima County Fairgrounds, a multiuse property that includes a shooting range, motorsport tracks, meeting facilities, concert venue and RV park. The property will undergo master planning to finalize uses with particular focus on suitability for export-based employers. The property has close proximity to Interstate 10 and the planned Sonoran Corridor, an auxiliary highway that would connect Interstates 10 and 19. The Sonoran Corridor has been placed on both state and federal highway planning schedules.
    Download the SEELC Brochure.







    Pinal Airpark

    pinal air parkPima County has committed to work with Pinal County on expanding the economic development opportunities for County-owned 296-acres directly south of Pinal Airpark. Pima County has agreed to make our property available for any aviation easements or capacity expansion plans and to be included in an updated Pinal Airpark Master Plan.
    Download the Pinal Airpark Brochure.

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